A friend just ordered a Woodstock Progress , I just replaced my cookstove with a Hearthstone 2, 360° on the top is great for lots of cooking, but, some things need more heat, especially popcorn! Another thing is if I use a set on top oven I don't know if it would get hot enuf to bake breads or pizza. I've replaced the melted cast iron baffles with stainless( seemed like a good use for a Hardy outdoor stove ) hung in an inconell screen over the fire, that thing is glowing red hot and seems to be burning all the smoke for me. The one I'm using today was built in 1987, but I have an earlier one with the flip down ash door, I'll be switching to that one soon, the top stones are already loose so that one will get the cast cooktop. Curious if anyone has experimented with their secondary air tube? My early stove has 6 holes and the later one has 4, it also had a large square hole in the upper baffle, I thought it may have started life as a catalytic stove? But what I've read they weren't till a couple years later. The newer stove also has had something bolted underneath the bottom rear with 4 - 1/4 inch stainless bolts, does anyone know what that might have been?